This watch is sourced through our vetted pre-owned partner network
Guy Ellia Time Space Square 47mm Watch OR-TSP-2315
The Guy Ellia Time Space Square Watch, reference number OR-TSP-2315, has a unique design that will continually capture your imagination.
This captivating watch includes a square case measuring 47mm in diameter made from 18K Black Gold. The bezel is also accented by inset diamonds for an added touch of luxury. A stark skeletonized Ruthenium dial is accented only by minimalist blue hands. This timepiece is powered by a manual Frederic Piguet Caliber 15 movement and features 42 hours of reserve time.
This timepiece is offered in pre-owned condition and includes a gift box.
If for any reason you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase send it back and we will refund your order. Please note this does not apply to items that are on memo, or special and/or custom orders. If you are planning on returning an item to us, it must be returned in its original box with everything it came with. For any jewelry purchase, tags MUST be attached as they were upon arrival or we cannot accept the return.
The only fees you will be responsible for are return shipping costs, and for international customers, any duties or value-added taxes.
RETURNS MUST BE MADE WITHIN SEVEN DAYS OF YOU RECEIVING THE PRODUCT.
Since Luxury Bazaar is not an authorized dealer of any of the watches we sell, the manufacturers will not honor warranties on watches bought through us. However, Luxury Bazaar provides each buyer with an equivalent warranty that mirrors the manufacturers one-to-one.
In the unlikely event that something does go wrong with your watch within 2 years of the date of purchase, the watch would need to be sent back to Luxury Bazaar. Luxury Bazaar’s highly qualified, professional watchmakers serve as authorized repair centers for many high-end watch manufacturers and can repair virtually any watch using only genuine parts. However, if the defect is of a particularly serious nature, Luxury Bazaar will have the watch returned to the respective manufacturer for repair, though these manufacturers, unfortunately, take a minimum of 4-8 weeks to repair a watch (or longer, if parts are back-ordered).